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Travel Blogs from Chioggia
This day was a big day of travel. Breakfast was toasted ham and cheese sandwiches and the standard cereal, toast and yoghurt. Can't remember what time the bus left, but our first stop was at a large shopping outlet mall in Serravalle, just outside of Milan. There was all the big brand name shops such as Prada, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Burberry etc, as well as Nike and a couple of other not quite so expensive shops. We were given a 10% discount for all the shops there. I didn't ...
... town with a church that was falling apart, but there were bridges like in Venice. we took a walk at the beach and had a nice lunch. My favorite though was the lonley planet guide about chioggia. it was brutaly honest (to be seen in the pictures).
Since it was quite boring we went to Venezia and took a walk around there for a bit. It is just such a beautiful city, at night also. we had some ice-cream and went home. it was a very nice, we all learned how ...
... The Campanile and Basilica awaited our camera lens, but once those shots were taken, we hurried as quickly as we could away from the throngs and into the back alleys. I'd been given the name of a seafood restaurant - Vecio Fritolin - and we were determined to find it for lunch. Out came my iPad and lo and behold, the GPS on it worked a treat. In no time we'd navigated the alleys to said restaurant and plonked ourselves down for a delicious repast of fried ...
... much cheaper than our earier St Mark's square refreshments. “We need to get the kids drinking beer” – this is because beer in Italy – even Venice – is cheaper than coke.
Another highlight of the day was just happening to spot a TV at the time of the Kiwi double rowers, so we stood watching and cheering as Eric Murray and Hamish Bond cruised home for gold.
As I am writing this Grant and Adam are ...
... the Riva degli Schiavoni with some Gelato. I loved Venice despite a few problems I had there. It may be a bit too touristy, but it still has a romantic magic about it. It's also really peaceful walking along the alleys away from the main thoroughfares and you find yourself not caring when you get lost because the buildings and canals are so beautiful. I'll definitely have to go back to ride a gondola, though. I didn't want to ride one by myself. Well now I'm off to Rome!
Other places to stay in Chioggia
Rione S Andrea, 597, Chioggia | 4 star hotelfrom $146
Lungomare Adriatico, 50, Chioggia | 4 star hotelfrom $119
Via Ondina 31, Chioggia | 2 star hotelfrom $115
Via Isamaor, 9 - Loc. Isola Verde, Chioggia | 3 star hotelfrom $73
Perottolo 30, Chioggia | 1 star hotelfrom $82